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Dental Services in Ft. Myers, FL

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At Towncare Dental of Ft. Myers, we’ve been transforming smiles and changing lives for more than 15 years. Trained in the latest techniques and the newest technology, our Ft. Myers dentists and dental specialists are superbly equipped to handle all of your family’s dental care needs. We offer a comprehensive suite of preventive, cosmetic, restorative and reconstructive services for all ages, including:

For your convenience, Towncare Dental offers flexible payment options and accepts most major insurance plans.


A broken tooth, a lost crown, burning or bleeding gums: Some of the most urgent dental needs are the most unexpected. If you’ve got a serious problem that requires immediate attention, we won’t make you wait for an appointment. Just call your neighborhood Towncare Dental and our staff will see you as soon as they can. Click here to find the Towncare Dental location nearest you. ... Read More

Anxiety-Free Sedation Dentistry

Not exactly looking forward to your next dental appointment? You’re not alone. According to one survey, nearly 80% of adult Americans experience some degree of fear or anxiety before going to the dentist. ... Read More

Cosmetic Dentistry

Are missing teeth, tea stains or chipped enamel causing you to hide your happy grin from everyone around you? You don’t have to spend the rest of your life smiling in the dark. Professional cosmetic ... Read More

General Dentistry

Seeing a general or family dentist regularly is an essential part of keeping your teeth and gums healthy. Your dentist can detect problems in their earliest stages when you can’t see or feel them. If ... Read More


Does your smile contain a few gaps or crooked teeth that have always made you feel self-conscious? The Invisalign® plastic aligner tray system may be able to correct your gaps or crooked teeth without ... Read More


At some point during their lifetimes, nearly one out of every eight adults will suffer from some form of periodontal or gum disease. Periodontal or gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in Americans ... Read More